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    Quote Originally Posted by urbanmtb87
    I consider this my all mountain rigid bike. (feel free to disagree on that terminology- its all good ). Anyhow, it is alot of fun and I ride it on the same trails as my Enduro.
    God it makes me so happy to see someone owning it on an $800 rigid bike. I'm sick of seeing pictures of 6"and 6" Hope/I9/GravityDropper/plat'num toof bikes in living rooms or rolling along hardpack under some dude with more armor than a riot squad cop.

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    my brand new baby
    06' Specialized hardrock pro




    hasn't seen a real trail yet, too cold the last couple days. sad...
    Specialized Hardrock Pro 06'

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    07' Trek 6500. I hit the trail for the first time this Tuesday.


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    Here is mine




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    Heres mine with more of an AM setup than it previously was:
    Hiking is just walking where its okay to pee... Sometimes old people go hiking by accident. -Demetri Martin-

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    1999 Schwinn Homegrown Factory - still going strong



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    Quote Originally Posted by Haggis
    1999 Schwinn Homegrown Factory - still going strong
    I love my Tomato


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    I always did like the Homegrown rear triangle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelboed
    I always did like the Homegrown rear triangle.
    Sexy...but Flexy. When I first got it there was virtually no rear braking power. I noticed that the seat stays would flex everytime I engaged the v-brake. Finally got the brake booster and all was/is good

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    06 Specialized Stumpy
    only upgrade for now is the Titec Pluto Carbon bars
    future upgrades: New stem, bars, hydrolic brakes, and clip in pedals!

    After a early spring ride!

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    '07 TREK 6500. Modifications: Race Face Diabolus O/S 50mm stem, SunRingle ZuZu pedals, SIC Livin Large 2" rise/28" wide/31.8mm bars, ODI Rogue Lock-On grips, WTB SST 2K saddle, TREK 9i Wireless computer and Harris Decals custom made "Gormont" (last name) decals for the top tube.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Hoefer
    Heres mine with more of an AM setup than it previously was:
    How is that spinner fork working for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetta_mike
    I mean "here" as in this forum, not "here" as in where I live. In my necks of the woods we ride big bike fully's. Hell even the XC guys ride like that, there's not much tame terrain here.


    -mike-
    I love that stuff. Gotta love those xc guys who can rip dh too

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    Quote Originally Posted by panthro
    God it makes me so happy to see someone owning it on an $800 rigid bike. I'm sick of seeing pictures of 6"and 6" Hope/I9/GravityDropper/plat'num toof bikes in living rooms or rolling along hardpack under some dude with more armor than a riot squad cop.
    Actually, I originally built this bike for under 300 bucks with spare parts. (got the frame online for 180 and either already had, or got the rest of the stuff for cheap/free). I recently busted the rear wheel one too many times and decided to get a beefier rear wheel. So I guess it has cost me about 350 at this point. The bike weights a little above 27lbs.

    I really like seeing what is possible to ride on a such a stripped down bike. You can ride down almost any trail, unless it has huge manditory drops or gaps or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude
    i use this thing for everything. its my all mtn/freeride/all day epic bike
    climbing mode with the seat up

    little drop

    kool kicker over a crack

    Sweetness...
    Have you ever thought about trying 5-10 shoes? Those things are soo awesome for flat pedals. As someone how also rides clipless (use clipless on my Enduro with Sidis), I didn't want my feet to come off the pedals with flats. The 5-10s do the job really well. I was amazed. Check 'em out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLX
    How is that spinner fork working for you?
    Ehh its not that great of a fork. It came off of my IH Yakuza Aniki and was ridden on that for about 3 months. The fork has basically no adjustments at all and is not all that plush feeling. But I am a college student and it was laying around my garage and I decided to put it back to use on this project. The fork isnt all bad though. Its extremely beefy the stantions are super wide and the fork seems bombproof its just not that great of a ride compared to a high end fork.
    Hiking is just walking where its okay to pee... Sometimes old people go hiking by accident. -Demetri Martin-

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    Great lookin' father-son rides, Greg WJs! Hopefully you boys get out there and enjoy some Spring riding together.

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    What I used to ride. Was a very fun bike for all kinds of riding from trails to parks. Those tires sucked in mud!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshal Dillon
    Great lookin' father-son rides, Greg WJs! Hopefully you boys get out there and enjoy some Spring riding together.
    We have. Now I've got to get a Hotrock 24 for his brother!

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    05 steelhead
    06 am2 fork
    rhynolites (soon to be azonic outlaws)
    Holzfeller cranks (ss)
    hussefelt bars/stem
    FSA Pig DH Pro Headset
    Shitted out Deore hubs
    KMC 710 chain
    K-Rads

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    My first post.





    My only bike.

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    Mine.

    '05 IH Bakuto, still stock except for grips... not for long
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    2006 Norco EXC 1.0 HT - 22.5 lbs



    Here is the specs.
    2005 Marzocchi EXR Pro suspension fork,(new Fox F100x going on next week)
    Ritchey WCS handlebar 550mm length, 5 degree bend, 25.4mm clamp headset clamp size.
    ODI Oury handlebar grips Lock-on grip system with Odi end caps.
    Thomson Elite stem SM-E102 110mm, 5 degree rise, 25.4mm handlebar clamp,
    CHris King Headset
    Carbon stem/headset spacer.
    Thomson Elite seatpost SP-E113 27.2mm diameter, 410mm length.
    Selle Italia Flite Saddle Titanium rails.
    Magura Louise front & rear disk brakes 160mm rotors.
    Shimano XTR shifters SL-M952.
    Shimano XTR front derailleur FD-M961.
    Shimano XTR rear derailleur RD-M960.
    Avid Rollamajig.
    Shimano XTR bottom bracket BB-M952 68X112.5mm, octalink V1.
    Shimano XTR cranks, RE-painted with new logos & cleared FC M-952 175 mm length, 24/34/46 chainrings.
    Shimano XT rear cassette CS-M750 12-34 9 speed.
    Shimano XTR chain CN-7701.
    Mavic Crossmax Enduro disk front & rear wheels 2006, tubeless UST.
    Mavic Crossmax XL front & rear skewers.
    Hutchinson Python front & rear tubeless tires.
    Platform pedals

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    SC Chameleon in da house...dual speed that is.

    Quote Originally Posted by trialsrookie
    No Chameleon yet? WTF!
    99 Z1 BAM, oh so plush! Will be soon swapping the lower with QR20.
    Frame is so stiff that 30.9mm seat post does not agree with my butt. Swapped with 27.2 with shim...much better!
    Running 34t & 22t front with 18t rear.
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